Jon Appleton ‎– Electroacoustic Music (1968-2004)

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Maat ‎– MAAT 034
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Tracklist

1 Otahiti 9:09
2 Tu Vas Très Bien, Madame Risset 7:32
3 Newark Airport Rock 2:20
4 San Francisco Airport Rock 3:31
5 Narita Airport Rock 7:01
6 Sheremetyevo Airport Rock 5:19
7 Yuri Goes To America 4:14
8 Yamanote To Ko 8:30
9 Ce Que Signifie La Déclaration Des Droits De L'Homme Et Du Citoyen De 1798, Pour Les Hommes Et Les Citoyens Des Îles Marquises 10:10

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"Otahiti" composed 1973 (according to composer's official list of works).
Composed in the studios of Groupe de musique expérimentale de Bourges (France).

"Tu vas très bien, Madame Risset" composed 2004.
Dedicated to Jean-Claude and Rozenn Risset who have been close friends of the composer for many years.
Composed in the Bregman Electronic Music Studio, Dartmouth College, USA.

"Newark airport rock" composed 1968.
Composed in the Bregman Electronic Music Studio, Dartmouth College, USA.

"San Fransisco airport rock" composed 1996.
Composed in the Bregman Electronic Music Studio, Dartmouth College, USA.

"Narita airport rock" composed 2002.
Composed in the studios of International academy of media arts and sciences (Gifu, Japan).

"Sheremetyevo airport rock" composed 2003.
Composed in the studios of Theremin center at Moscow conservatory of music.

"Yuri goes to America" composed 2004.

"Yamanote to ko" composed 1997.

"Ce que signifie la Déclaration des droits de l'Homme et du citoyen de 1798, pour les hommes et les citoyens des Îles Marquises" composed 1989.

Comes in oversized cardboard gatefold sleeve.
Limited hand numbered edition of 300 copies.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 3770000571080
  • Rights Society: ASCAP

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